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Abu Dhabi’s General Administration, in coordination and cooperation with its strategic partners, has succeeded in facilitating the processes of publishing currencies, bearers of tradable financial instruments, precious metals, precious stones and sums of money worth more than 60,000 dirhams received in the possession of incoming or departing travelers preventively in the ports of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi by improving the system, including: It is in accordance with (the information system) issued in 2021 according to the administrative decision of the central bank central bank. Emirates.
Abu Dhabi Customs provides a financial information service electronically through the United Abu Dhabi Government Tamm Service and applies to all forms of physical transport through border ports, airports or ports, and before reaching the ports of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi, either by travelers or by mail or mail, so that the person reveals natural or lawful upon entry or exit of the country for currencies, bearer tradable financial instruments, precious metals, precious stones and sums of money with a value of more than 60 thousand dirhams.
Rashid Lahej Al Mansouri, Director General of the General Administration of Abu Dhabi Customs, emphasized that the facilitation and development of the financial information service strengthens the position of the state in general and the Emirate of Abu Dhabi in particular in applying and adopting global practices aimed at raise the level of customs work to strengthen the role of customs in maintaining security and facilitating trade. He explained that Abu Dhabi Customs has paid close attention to the development of its digital services, especially after achieving 100% digital transformation through the unified government services platform “Tamm”.
Abu Dhabi Customs provides many key, subordinate and proactive customs services, which include customs clearance, services for individuals, businesses and travelers, and provides the necessary support to customers, businesses and all business sectors.
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